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Cheap areas to stay in Seville

Aside from its resplendent Moorish past and gorgeous palazzos, the city of Seville also pulses with a modern student and backpacker energy, all bolstered by the town's place on high-speed rail networks and at the heart of Andalusia. That means you'll be able to discover oodles of bargain hotels in the midst of the Old Town, along with welcoming guesthouses just a stone's throw from major sights like the Alcazar. There's a fine hostel scene in the city, too, so be sure to search for those wallet-friendly dorms in areas like Arenal and San Pablo.

Cheap hotels in Seville

One of the best-rated bargain hotels in the Andalusian capital comes in the form of the ibis Sevilla, nestled between the streets of San Pablo. The establishment offers uber-swish rooms, sun-kissed outdoor patios, and free WiFi throughout. Airy, fresh, and nestled in the very heart of the Old Town, the charming Hotel Madrid Sevilla is another great budget choice, while the Apartamentos Vertice Bib Rambla even adds a pool to the deal – if you're willing to bed down in Sevilla Este some distance from the main sights, that is.

Where to find cheap food in Seville

Thanks to its endless array of earthy tapas joints and churros-touting holes-in-the-wall, Seville is a great place for budget eats. Start with the off-the-beaten-track neighborhood of Triana, where colorful kitchens have bargain menus of the day that come with fresh Iberian seafood and local tapas. Hidden in the nooks and crannies of Santa Cruz is another set of cheap bodegas, where liters of sangria accompany the salty cold cut mezzes. Head over to the rambunctious ceverceria in the Old Town and enjoy frothy Spanish beers with little plates of pub nibbles.

Cheap things to do in Seville

There really is no better way to navigate that maze of Roman come Mudejar come Catholic architectural majesty that spills from the Old Town to the district of Arenal than on one of Seville's free walking tours. You'll be taken around the tight-knit lanes of the Jewish quarter and to the grandiose palaces of Plaza de Espana – all for totally gratis. After that, you should fork out to hit the heights of the beautiful Alcazar, and spend at least an afternoon weaving between the arabesque arcades and oriental court rooms. Flamenco shows are another great thing to do for free, and you'll discover oodles of tapas bars that offer evening dances if you settle in for a spot of patatas bravas and a beer. Then there's Seville's beautiful parks – from the elegant Mary Luisa to the tropical-flavored Buhaira Garden – all costing nothing at all.

Cheap ways to get around Seville

To save as much money on possible on transportation through the city, consider opting to walk between the major areas in the center. It's possible to spend a day sightseeing and strolling all the way from Macarena to Arenal to Triana. Alternatively, there's a really affordable city bike program that has rental points all around the main areas. The metro, bus and, tram network can be used for cheap in conjunction with a Sevilla card.

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